Click here to read the full article. In celebration of Cinco de Mayo, Billboard compiled a list of Regional Mexican Queens who have not only charted on our Regional Mexican Airplay chart, but have also dropped songs to heal a heartache. From Alicia Villarreal’s “Te Quedo Grande La Yegua” to Selena’s “Si Una Vez,” check out the Regional Mexican queens below: ALICIA VILLARREAL A true karaoke gem, Alicia Villarreal’s “Te Quedo Grande La Yegua” has endured over the years because of its rebellious lyrics. “I don’t plan on tolerating this love,” she powerfully kicks off the track. “Te Quedo Grande La Yegua” peaked...
Ana Barbara, Yuri & Guadalupe Pineda Join Forces for Powerful Juan Gabriel Tribute at 2021 Billboard Latin Music Awards
Three of Mexico’s strongest female voices joined forces onstage at the 2021 Billboard Latin Music Awards on Thursday night (Sept. 23) to pay tribute to the late Juan Gabriel. Wearing a sparkly fitted red dress, Yuri kicked off the tribute melody with “Abrazame Muy Fuerte.” She was followed by Guadalupe...
Ana Barbara, Lupita Infante & More Set For BMI's 'How I Wrote That Song' Panel at Latin Music Week 2021
Registration is now open for Billboard Latin Music Week 2021. BMI has announced its "How I Wrote That Song" panel set for the 2021 Billboard Latin Music Week, returning to Miami in September with a weeklong event that unites the top Latin hitmakers, influencers, and executives, and features live performances and conversations with superstars.
Ana Bárbara Wows in a High-Slit Gown & Glittering Sandals + More Red Carpet Arrivals at the 2021 Latin American Music Awards
The 2021 Latin American Music Awards took place last night in bold fashion, bringing back a traditional red carpet with a social distancing twist. Taking to the red carpet in glamorous fashion was Mexican singer Ana Bárbara. The 50-year-old personality wowed in a dramatic gown courtesy of Monsoori; the black number featured voluminous puff shoulders, a cinched waist, an elongated train and a bold high-leg slit to finish.
Joss Favela and Ana Bárbara honored Joan Sebastian with a special tribute at the 2021 Latin AMAs on April 15. Maribel Guardia, the late singer's former wife and mother of his son Julián Figueroa, introduced the emotional tribute with a heartfelt message: "I'm here to celebrate el poeta del pueblo (the pueblo's poet)," she said. "We did telenovelas together, we sang together and we were friends. With him, I have a son who is a lot like him."